2. Ignore Messages From People
If you have easily excitable friends who constantly share every possible snapshot
of meals they take and sunset views they see with you, the urge to block them will
be strong. If however, you are socially obligated to interact with them, rather
than block them, you can choose to ignore them. To disregard Direct posts from a
man, go to the plate symbol at the upper right of your landing page. Tap the flat
three-spots catch (iPhone) or vertical three-specks catch (Android). Select "Disregard
all posts from this user".
3. Hide Or Remove Tagged Photos Of You
Whenever someone tags you in a photo, it will end up in the ‘Photos of You’ section
in your profile page. If there are some embarrassing or private photos that you
don’t want others to see, you can choose to hide it.
To hide a tagged photo, tap the offending photo and your Instagram handle will appear.
Tap your handle. When a menu pops up, select Hide From My Profile. If you don’t
want to be tagged at all in the photo, go to the More Options button and choose
Remove Me From Photo.
If you don’t want to remove your tagged photos one by one, you can adjust your settings
to review them first. Just go to ‘Photos of You’, tap on your settings at the top
right corner and select the ‘Add Manually’ option.
4. Uprooting Geo tags
Geotag recovers the GPS information from your telephone then spares the area of
the photographs you take to give every preview an area data. These photograph will
then appear in your 'Photograph Map'. If you want to remove photos from your map,
first go to your Photo Map. Tap ‘Edit’ located at the top right to select which
photos you want the geotags to be removed from.
Note that removing a geotag is permanent. Furthermore, on the off chance that you
don't need any photographs to show up in your Photo Map, ou can choose not to add
the location at all, during the review process.
5. Include Hashtags After Posting
You’ve just posted your photo when you realized you’ve forgotten to put in any hashtags
in the caption. You can still do so by adding them in the comments. People will
still be able to find your photo when searching the hashtag you used.
This strategy additionally has the special reward of taking out eliminating the
dreaded hashtag paragraph ,when you have the same photograph onto your other social
6. Saving a posted photo
Instagram automatically saves your photos into your phone gallery unless you didn’t
turn on the ‘Save Original Photos’ setting. To change that, go to your settings
in your profile page. Turn on the ‘Save Original Photos’ option.
You can also choose to keep the option turned off then manually save selected photos.
To save a photo,
- click the horizontal three-dots button (iPhone) or the vertical three-dots button
(Android), located at the bottom of the photo.
- Choose "Copy Share URL’"from the menu and open the URL in your phone’s Internet
- Tap and hold the photo until a menu pops up with an option to save to your phone.